With COVID-19 cases surging again and the new Delta variant becoming more prevalent in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is once again recommending masks be worn indoors. Federal officials are now saying even vaccinated individuals should wear masks indoors in areas with high COVID-19 transmission rates.
The CDC is also recommending that all students in K-12 schools wear masks, regardless of vaccination status. That includes all teachers and staff.
The CDC guidance for unvaccinated individuals remains the same: continue to wear a mask until fully vaccinated.
Recently, the Orange County Florida Mayor urged businesses to require face masks while indoors again. Due to Florida’s current legislation, it’s up to businesses to decide whether or not to implement mask mandates. As of now, Disney only requires non-vaccinated individuals to wear face masks while indoors. We’ll see if that changes. Stay tuned!
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